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>>> joining me now, steny hoyer from my home state of maryland. >> good to be with you, candy. >> we laid out this is a tough year for democrats. can you give me some sense -- we know you had a meeting with the president and we heard some of your colleagues speak out loud about the tensions that exist. and it seems to me it's high anxiety time for the democrats. >> americans are very concerned about the status of their economy, about the unemployment that exists. they were angry in '06, and angry in '08 and changed leaderships, and angry in '10. we are not returning to the failed bush policies that brought us to this point, but focus on what is making progress. we have not succeeded yet, but we are making substantial progress. the economy is growing. we are creating jobs. frankly, we think when americans assess, do we want to go back, do we want to repeal the successes we have had and repeat the mistakes that we made that got us to this point, i think they will say they don't want to go back to the bush policies? >> i know you cannot sell a 9.5% unemployment rate, and you cannot sell mortgage
home state of maryland. >> good to be with you, candy. >> we laid out this is a tough year for democrats. can you give me some sense, we know you had a meeting with the president. we have heard some of your colleagues speak out loud about the tensions that exist. it just seems to me a high anxiety time for democrats. >> i think it's a high anxiety time for the country and certainly for democrats and, by the way, for republicans as well. americans are very concerned about the status of their economy, about the unemployment that exists. they were angry in '06, angry in '08 and changed leaderships and they're angry in '10. what we're going to focus on is not returning to the failed bush policies that brought us to this point but focus on the efforts that we have made which are making progress. we haven't succeeded yet, but we are making substantial progress. the economy is growing. we are creating jobs. and very frankly we think that when americans assess do we want to go back, do we want to in fact repeal the successes we've had and repeat the mistakes that we've made that go
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